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Crunch's summary of the government's further consultation on how the proposed reforms to the IR35 rules for the private sector will be implemented.
A round up of the tax changes that may affect small businesses and business owners for the new tax year that starts on 6th April 2019.
One of the differences between being paid by an employer and running your own business is having to sort out your own pay. You can do this by taking a salary from your limited company - in the same way as a regular employee. Here are the benefits of taking a high or a low salary, without the jargon.
A company year end can be a daunting undertaking for first-time limited company directors. However it needn't be the end of the world. Here's what you need to know to get your year end accounts sorted.
Thanks in part to a turbulent Brexit market and rising competition among lenders, there's never been a better time to get a remortgage.
Capital Gains Tax comes into play when you make a profit from selling something you own. The important point to remember is that the tax is calculated on the profit you make, and not the amount you sold it for. As the name suggests, it’s all about the gain! Here's a quick breakdown of what you need to know.
The UK has many different tax rates affecting both individuals and businesses - we've pulled them all together so you can keep on top of them.
Some businesses include a company car as part of the overall remuneration package for their employees. However, HMRC considers the private use of a company car to be a Benefit in Kind and is, therefore, taxed as part of the employee’s overall income from employment.
The Conservatives' 'National Living Wage' is not the same as the one proposed by the Living Wage Foundation. We look at the differences.
If you spend time working from home, then depending on the work you do, you might be able to claim expenses back for using your home as an office.